Design a Sign: Spring Fling


  • 2 hours long
  • Ages 18 & up

$55 per person
Choose your sign

Design a Sign: Make a custom wood sign

Make a statement this week when you design and execute your very own custom wood sign at a Design a Sign party with Yaymaker! Come down early to Big Lick Brewing Company in Roanoke and try the wine and snacks before the two hour event begins, and then just relax and let your creativity flow. No experience necessary. Choose one of our chic stencils or design your own – whatever you go with, our master crafter Amanda Kinser will walk you through all the steps you need to follow to build and paint your one-of-a-kind sign. Yaymaker events are always fun, always local, always creative, and always a great way to make your week full of YAY!

Total Price of this experience includes an Experience Fee.

Your location

A photo of a Yaymaker Venue called Big Lick Brewing Company located in Roanoke, VA
Big Lick Brewing Company

Downtown Roanoke’s premier brewery, taproom and beer garden specializing in craft beer with an emphasis on quality and variety. Food  is available for delivery  from Tuco's Taco and Tequila bar or from Beamers 25 restaurants along with food trucks.

Your host

Yaymaker Host Amanda Kinser

Amanda Kinser started her adventure in art as a toddler, drawing stick figures on her bedroom wall and letting the family dog take credit for it.  A few masterpieces and "no more markers!" later, her parents enrolled her in a painting class at age five. She painted a vase of flowers on her very first day, and has not stopped painting since. In high school, she began assisting her long-time teacher in classes with younger students and gained a love for teaching. She began experimenting with multiple mediums, including ink, watercolor, charcoal, and acrylic. She attended college at Virginia Tech to study Studio Art for a while, until she ultimately chose to pursue a Masters degree in Family and Consumer Science Education. In 2011, she was placed in Roanoke for an internship and never left. Amanda now spends her days encouraging creativity in Roanoke's youth as a high school teacher. A child at heart, she spends her evenings escaping the responsibilities of adulthood by drawing, painting, and cuddling with her dog (not at the same time).

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